When someone moves back to their place of childhood late in life, it is certainly not because she has put it behind her. Especially not if that someone is Rebecca Horn. The woman with the saffron-red mane stands in a courtyard among a mix of buildings; her wide, black clothes flutter like feathers in the wind. In 1990, the now seventy-year-old returned to her father’s former textile factory in the Odenwald mountains in Germany in order to gradually transform it…
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